MCB1549 - 

Development Board, Cortex-M3 Motion Control, Cortex-M3, 72MHz, 36KB On-Chip SRAM

MCB1549 - Development Board, Cortex-M3 Motion Control, Cortex-M3, 72MHz, 36KB On-Chip SRAM

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Eval Board LPC1549
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Product Overview

The MCB1549 evaluation board enables to create and test working programs based on the LPC1549 ARM Cortex-M3 based device. Based on the ARM Cortex-M3 processor, the LPC1549 microcontroller has two 12bit, 12 channel, 2Msps ADCs and an onchip quadrature encoder interface (QEI) to enable highly accurate control of both sensored and sensorless motor combinations. Four onchip comparators enable fast response over current/voltage monitoring and protection and four flexible SCTimer/PWM timers provide up to 28 PWM channels in a tightly coupled analog and timing subsystem with minimal load on the CPU.
  • 36KB onchip SRAM
  • 256KB onchip flash
  • 16MB NOR flash, 4MB quad SPI flash, 16MB SDRAM and 16KB EEPROM (I2C)
  • Colour QVGA TFT LCD with touchscreen
  • CAN and full speed USB 2.0 interface
  • Serial/UART port
  • MicroSD card interface
  • Digital temperature sensor (I2C)
  • Analog voltage control for ACD input
  • Debug interface and DAP connector


Building Automation, Motor Drive & Control, Power Management, Alternative Energy, Consumer Electronics, Automation & Process Control, Medical, Industrial


LPC1549 evaluation board, µVision IDE quick start guide, MDK-ARM development tool, USB A to USB B cable.

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